Morning North | Jan 28, 2013 | 3:37

Truth and Reconciliation continues

Residential school survivors on the James Bay Coast will get to share their stories over the next two days. We'll connect with Reporter Megan Thomas who is in Moose Factory.

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Morning North Coming up this fall on Morning North Sep 1, 2014 | 7:59It's a brand new season on Morning North. Our journalists have been hard at work on some special projects that you will be hearing on our airwaves this fall. Our Program Manager Fiona Christensen joined to talk about what you can expect this season.
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